The Bride Stripped Bare Free Sampler

By Nikki Gemmell

For fans of Fifty Shades of Grey – the international bestseller – an explosive novel of sex, secrecy and escape.

A woman finds her voice and leaves behind a book of lessons. It is the story of her secret self.

On honeymoon, in the heat and shadows of sultry Marrakech, a conventional young wife makes a shocking discovery. Although confused by her husband’s betrayal, she finds it gives her the freedom to explore her deepest desires and rediscover the true self she has kept hidden from view so long.

But her new life is clouded by complication and the raw desire that threatens to overwhelm her. She finds herself torn between need for her husband and her yearning for something more. The Bride Stripped Bare is the story of a woman whose powerful awakening is erotic as it is dangerous.

Format: ebook
Release Date: 26 Jul 2012
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-750287-5
Nikki Gemmell’s unmasking as the \'anonymous\' author of The Bride Stripped Bare sparked tremendous media interest in the book, which went on to become an international bestseller. Reviewers have hailed the freshness and power of her writing.

'Starkly explicit…richly descriptive with a fast-paced narrative' Sunday Telegraph -

'Nikki Gemmel's prose has a wonderful sensuousness…witty…a subtle portrait of a modern and rather alienating marriage' Lisa Appignanesi, Independent Magazine -

'Must read…A tale of sexual awakening for the dark horse in all of us' Tatler -

‘The sex is well-written…Gemmell is refreshingly straightforward about the act' Melanie McGrath, Evening Standard -

'Easy to read, hard to put down. Keep an extinguisher handy' Closer -

'A page-turner' Evening Standard -

'A bored housewife embarks on a life of sexual pleasure…The sex is rude and raunchy and 'exactly where you want it'' Elle -

'Personal dilemmas are bravely explored; thoughts and fantasies about sex and infidelity, which most women have learned to keep to themselves, are laid bare on the page in all their shocking glory…brutal, brilliant and addictive' Glasgow Herald -